Elizabeth KennyElizabeth Kenny is one of Europe’s leading lute players. Equally at home in solo. chamber music and the opera house, she combines a love of the lute repertoire with a flair for imaginative collaborations that enrich an unusually varied performing life.

‘incandescent’ – Music and Vision

‘radical’ – Independent on Sunday

‘indecently beautiful’ – Toronto Post

‘the peerless lutenist Elizabeth Kenny’ – The Guardian



Get me to a salt mine

Well this was a huge thrill, like no other venue (except the bit where I left my phone behind, but the nice people at Wieliczka sent it back).    Glad they liked the Lachrime. https://theartsdesk.com/classical-music/theartsdesk-kraków-easter-music-british-focus  

Theatre of the Ayre at Wigmore April 3

It may be set to snow over Easter, but head over to Wigmore for some Italian sunshine and an amazing lineup of singers and players on Tuesday 3rd April.  Monteverdi’s and his cool contemporary Sigismondo d’India, and more passionate Italian trio sonatas than you can shake a stick at… https://wigmore-hall.org.uk/whats-on/theatre-of-the-ayre-201804031930

Getting me to a salt mine

The salt mines of Krakow are legendary, can’t wait to play Lachrime with the wondrous Phantasm there on Sat March 31 http://www.phantasm.org.uk/events